Our pest control services approach pests with a firm understanding of what allowed them to flourish in the first place. By taking a proactive approach, we are confident in your satisfaction; so much so that we offer a 100 percent guarantee on all of our services. We want the job done right to prevent greater frustration in the future. Whether you have stinging insects hanging around, or destructive chewers like rats or termites, we have the services to stop them. We offer:

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Split by the San Diego River, Mission Valley, CA is a hotspot for pest infestations. The moderate valley climate and abundance of water sources is highly attractive to pests; and this San Diego suburb’s developed shopping districts and neighborhoods offer them plenty of places to hide. If they’ve flocked to your home or business, it’s time for pest control.

At Lloyd Pest Control, we offer proven pest control throughout Southern California, including the flourishing community of Mission Valley, CA. We’ve been treating infestations since the 1930s, and if there’s anything we know about pest control, it’s that strategy matters – and we know a lot about pests. With us, you’ll get a roadmap to eliminate pests and get your property back to normal.

Contact us, and get professional pest control that narrows in on the root of your pest problem in Mission Valley, CA.


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Name: AMG Properties
Custom Label: San Diego

"We've used Lloyd Pest Control on a number of our properties, and they are always very thorough and a pleasure to work with."

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